Posted Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at 9:01pm
Of the criticisms of our 2013 Subaru BRZ Premium, few are louder — or more easily remedied — than those bemoaning the infotainment system. The standard system, which uses a touchscreen to link GPS navigation, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, and SiriusXM/AM/FM radio, has been criticized for its small buttons and confusing menu structure. We say easily remedied for a reason, however: the Subaru shares its dash layout (and its standard, double-DIN opening) with Scion, which means it’s almost comically easy to pop out the factory radio and slide an aftermarket unit in. In our case, we went with the Pioneer AppRadio 2.